* Lindsay's Foundation donates $1M to help find a cure for Autism, and to help kids and families
DETROIT, MI - Better Made Snack Foods is pleased to announce that it raised over $15,000 in April for the Ted Lindsay Foundation for Autism Awareness. Better Made's contribution was part of a $1M donation the Ted Lindsay Foundation recently made to the Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center at Beaumont Hospital to help find a cure for Autism and help kids and families.
Partial proceeds from the sale of family size and value size bags during the month of April went toward benefiting the former Detroit Red Wing Great and Hall-of-Famer's Foundation. Better Made is committed to the community and is very happy to be a part of this program.
"We appreciate the support of companies in the community like Better Made that make this possible," says Lindsay. "Their support helps aid those families affected by autism."
Mark Winkelman, President of Better Made, was very happy with the company's donation. "We're pleased to work with the Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center at Beaumont Hospital. The support he's giving is important to aid families struggling with Autism."